The Algona Upper Pes Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 7,1938 Florence Picht, Geo. Bwtterfield, Swea City, Wed Swea-Eagle: Florence Plcht daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Plcht of Shell Rock and George Butterfleld, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. G«orge Butterfleld, were married last Saturday night at the Baptist parsonage by the Rev. R. P. Bronleewe. The attendants were Lllla B«rg and Glen Olson. Miss Plcht was a graduate of the Swea City high school in the class of 1937. She has always lived In this vicinity, her parents moving to Shell Rock a year ago. The groom attended school in Swea City and has been employed on his father's farm where they will make their home. Students Returning Lucile Berg, In her third year of college work, returns from Beuna Vista College, Storm Lake, for a bf lef stay with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Berg. She expects to leave for nothern Minnesota, where she will work at a summer resort. Lucille Evans completed a two year elementary course at Iowa Teacher's College, Cedar Falls, and has accepted a posit on at Mount Auburn school this fall and will spend the summer vacation with her parents Mr. and Mrs. William Evans. Harold Schuler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schuler. first year student at Western Union College, LeMars, will help on his father's farm. Lowell Larson visited from Sunday until Wednesday at the Walter Peterson home. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Wltte and children of Rockwell visited a few days last week at the home of MM. Wltte's father, R. H. Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Evans received word last week that a ten pound son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Devary near Mason City. Mrs. Devary is a daughter of the Evans. The couple have three other children, all boys. Mrs. J. E. Harner and Mrs. Geo. Harner attended a miscellaneous shower at Grant school a week ago last Saturday nighf. honoring Miss Alice Mayne who will soon become the bride of Mr. Anderson. Mrs. George Harner Is a sister of Mr. Anderson. June Larson accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hewitt to Cedar Rap- Ids last Saturday, where she will visit friends and attend the Coe College graduation exercsles of which was a former student The Hewitts will visit Mrs. Hewitt's sister and return Decoration Day. Bert Olsons and Mrs. Doyle Sanders called on Dickie Rath at the Coleman hospital last week Wednesday. Mrs. Sanders nlso visited her sister. Mrs. Waterbury, who Is at the hospital with her six ycnr old daughter, who wns stricken with an appendicitis attack but on account of a bad cold they were not able to operate, but will as soon as her condition Is favorable News Items of Wesley Vicinity Paul Erdman redecorated the two west rooms in the lodge hall last week. The large room was redecorated several weeks ago by Punk & Francis. Mr. and Mrs. Halsrude and daughter of Hettinger, N. D., vsiited from Wednesday until Friday with the Halvor Floms, the Donovans and Frank Johnsons. Mrs. Mary Uhlenhake was at Whlttemore where she stayed at the J. P. Uhlenhake home while Mr. and Mrs. Uhlenhake were at Minneapolis recently. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Goslin drove to Woden a week ago Sunday, where they attended the 46th wedding anniversary dinner of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Phillips. The J. P. Uhlenhake family were guests of the R. C. Bauers for supper Tuesday night. They brought Mrs. Mary Uhlenhake back. She will remain here for the summer. Dr. and Mrs. F. Bonnstetter were supper and all night guests in the LeRoy Klelnpeter home last Wednesday. Billy and Francis Bonn- Burt News ' about 13 Mrs. Wilfred Chafee and son, Roland, went to Brltt Friday to attend commencement exercises. Mr. and Mrs: Chas. Schultz, of Iowa City, and the August Stroms, Algona, attended the Burt commencement exercises Friday evening and visited at the J. D. Graham home. Friday was Cecil Godfredson's birthday and he was surprised that evening by having a dozen friends come in to help him celebrate the event. The evening was spent at bingo. Mrs. Maude Hanna and Dorothy McDonald went to Ames Friday to attend the Ames high school graduation. Margaret Nelson, Mrs. Hanna's nicee, was one of the graduates. Buma Duckmanton arrived on Thursday and spent until Sunday nt the home of her sister, Mrs. F. L.. Pratt. From here she returned to Mitchell, S. D., where she is employed. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Volentine and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Volentine visited E. N. Volentine, their father, nt Fairmont, Minn., Tuesday. Mr. Volentine, who is 85 years old, is very ill with some liver trouble. Mrs. F. L. Pratt and daughter, VTarildn, came home Tuesday. Mrs. Pratt had gone to Runnels the last week to get Marilda, who tnueht at Runnels. They also visited Mrs. Pratt's mother, Mrs. Bertha Duckmanton, at Ellsworth. Mrs. Sarah Slahl, after spending :he winter with her daughter, Mrs. Sid Bartenu, at Oak Park, III., has returned to spend the summer with her daughter, Mrs. J. W. Dorrancc. Celia Bartenu acompanled her grandmother and will stay a few days. stetter were visiting relatives near Brltt. The Ihno Gerdes family went to Titonka one day last week to attend the funeral of Albert Fritz, 7J>, at the German Reform church. His son Is married t6 a niece of Mr. Gerdes Mr. and Mrs. Theodore White of Duluth, Minn., stopped off here recently enroute home from a month's visit in Missouri to call on relatives. Mrs. White is the youngest sister of Frank Fox. Lav»n Gerdes and Florence Olson represented the Wesley high school In the "brain derby" at Iowa City June 8th and 7th. Florence writes In world history and Lavon will write in Latin and history. Mrs. Oscar Erickson of Elmhurst. 111., who is visiting in Wesley and Mrs. Helen Johnson drove to Ottosen Tuesday and visited with Anthony Johnson, who operates n blacksmith shop there. They also called on the Van Hansens who moved there from a farm north of town last spring. They operate a store in Ottosen, WIs., and Isabel Leek, Spring Green, WIs., came Friday to attend the high school commencement exercises. The women are sisters of Ranny Leek, a member of the graduating class. They also visited at the R. A. Bleichs. The Rev. G. H. Wessel received word Thursday of the death of his brother-lnlaw, Will Miller at Elk Mound, Wis., on Thursday. He had been sick for some time with diabetes. Mr. Miller and his family formerly lived in and near Burt. They lived here about 22 years and moved to Elk Mound. Wis., in 1920. Mr. Miller was about 75 years of age. CITY BILLS May 26, 1938 The City Council met at the City Hall In regular session with the mayor and all the councilmen present. The minutes of the last meet- Ing were read and approved. Skelly Oil Co. was granted permission to install another oil tr.nk at their bulk station. The following bills were allowed. Appropriating Ordinance No. »7fi The meeting was adjourned to June 16 at 8 P. M. ELECTRIC FUND J. W. Kelly, salary $ 97.50 Leo Bellock, salary 70.00 F. C. Dalley, salary PO..-J5 Tom Halpin, salary 67.50 Walter Gorman, salary 67.50 H. E. Stephenson, salary 65.00 Ray Barton, salary 65.00 C. C. Wright, salary 42.50 Adah Carlson, salary 70.00 Harold Roth, labor 52.80 Joe Kelly, Jr., labor 27.20 Wayne Stephenson. labor .... 4S.I5 Clifford Johnson, labor 18.50 Leonard Dunn, labor 18.00 Vern Scobba, labor St.oo Ryner Helmers. labor 10.50 Dick Helmera, labor 54.00 Johnson Oil Co., diit 268.82 frt. ...„„.„.„.. Barco Mfg. Co., mdse Internat'l Filter Co., mdse Robertson Prod. Co., mdse. Recreation Equipment Co., mdse •. National Rub. Stamp Co., mdse. Albertson Elec. Co., mdse Terry-Durin Co., mdse Midwest Supply Co., mdse. .. Thermrgray Co., mdse West. Elec. Sup. Co., mdse. Malleable Iron Range Co., mdse Burroughs Adding Machine Co., contract Matt Parrott & Sons Co., mdse H. W. Post, frt Ry. Express Agency, express N. W. Bell Tele. Co., service Cresco Union Elect. Ox, signs Irvington Electric Co., signs Algona Ins. Agency, Ins Skelly Oil Co., gas Kossuth Motor Co., repair .. Harris Bnoa., gas Western Union, service Iowa State Bank, Ins Gail Pettit, returns Kossuth Radio Co., labor .... 2.06 5.72 45.22 35.28 9.35 26.73 158.83 696.97 45.19 22.25 585.81 60.80 30.75 74.03 .7*5 26.27 9.24 18.52 163.20 21.62 3.14 3.61 1.01 .80 28.00 12.50 WATER FUND J. W. Kelly, salary $ 37.50 Harry Barton, salary 65.00 Frank Ostrum, salary 65.00 Laura Mitchell, salary 55.00 Earl Bowman, labor 82.80 Iowa Mach. & Sup. Co., mdse 3.26 Nat'l Meter Co., mdse 2.94 Lunkenheimer Co., mdse 48.31 Crane Co., mdse 11,51 Wigman Co., mdse 159.35 Tom Frankl, gas 53 Kossuth Motor Co., repair 35 Skelly Oil Co., gas 11.02 W. A.^ Lorenz, repair 5.05 Howard Hardware, mdse 1.41 Lalng & Muckey, mdse. 7.71 GENERAL FUND H. A. Van Alstyne, salary .... 63.00 Arthur Moulds, salary 55.00 Cecil McGinnls, salary 50.00 Nelson & Lensing, rent 10.42 N. W. Bell Tel. Co., service 3.32 Kossuth Motor Co., repairs .. 6.66 Nelson & Lensing, mdse 40 Jesse Lashbrook, salary 70.00 E. Skilling, labor 77.77 W. Gregson, labor 75.46 F. Skilling, labor 42.35 Oliver Bakken. labor 43.50 Geo. Gunder, labor 43.50 John Helmers, labor 45.80 Herman Lyons, labor 38.12 Chas. Harvey, labor 35.8t Standard Oil Co., mdse 36.53 Holcomb Mfg. Co., mdse. .. 18.95 Eagle Iron Works, mdse 40.85 Howard Hardware, mdse 6.97 Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. 3.09 C. A. Heard, mdse. 18.45 K. C. Implement Co.. mdse. 4.C8 Kent Motor Co., mdse 12.49 Dau Garage, mdse 4.46 White Rose Oil Co., gas 12.85 Geo. Stewart, gas 29.22 Harris Bros., gas 14.60 Algona U. D. M., print 114.25 Bert Whitmarsh, labor 25.00 Mrs. Collinson, salary 20.00 Dr. Sawyer, rent 25.00 Algona Advance, pub. ' 116.02 Dr. Bourne, exam 5.00 SEWER FUND J. W. Kelly, salary 15.00 C. E. Chubb, eng 6UO FIRE FUND C. C. Wright, salary 22.50 A. V. Hcrtig et al, ref. dep. .... 75.00 SWIMMING POOL FUND Iowa State Bank, bond and int $1,680.00 Passed and approved this 26th day of May, 1938. C. F. SPECHT, Mayor. Attest: ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk. | Board Minutes | Courthouse, Alftnnn, Town o'clock «. m. M " y a ' ^ -.---- -""Ion May 21. 1938, at 10 'clcvck a m., pursuant to recess of meeting April 26th, 1938, with the fol- ^'ing members present: Humboldt yer, nnd Weir. Kossuth county: McDonald, Morris, and Helken, and Klnsey, County Auditor. Motion made nnd seconded that Boothrovd net as chalrrmn and that ;,•,.„;£' Koss "lh County Audl- »" Secretary of this meeting. to W. W. BOOTimOYD. E. S. KTXSET. Chairman. Secretary. Auditor's Office, Algona, Iowa. ,, , , May 21, 1938. 11 o'clock a. m. Board of Supervisors met pursuant .J adjournment with the following members present: McDonald. Morris, Fraser, and Helken. Absent: Cosgrove. Motion by Morris and seconded bv besomed: the fo1towln " Bo-olutloh RESOLUTION WHEREAS, the County of Kowuth finds It necessary for the purpose of obtaining gravel to be used on the roads within the County, nnd WWHJRIKAS, the following land owned by the Mutual Trust Ufa Insurance Company Is suitable for th «"-~--- «•—•- a,bove ' ' ' . ". 1 ' 0 " h >' Hoffman and seconded by McDonald that this meetlnp recess to June 8th. 193R. nt 10 o'clock a. mflt U10 ^ ' • "•• . the said Mutual Trust ,h i In . su !; nnce Company, owner of h i . ompany, he land, has been offered a fair an reasonable price for It by county and havlngr refused said land; Kossuth to sell It lii hereby Resolve,] that the Inncl Ipsrrlbed as follows: All of that part of tlie Northeast One-Quarter (XKy) of the Northwest One-Quarter (XWy) of Section <!ii In Township Xlnetr-fOx (%) North fif Range Twenty-nine (29), West of the ;,th P. M.. bounded as follows- Beginning at n point One Thousand - ...r-One and Six Tenths feet (1(V>1 r,') •south, nnd Fourteen Hundred Rlxtv- slx and eight tenths feet (Hr.fi S') Kn'st of the Northwest corner of snld Section Nine (9); thence South five degrees Kast rs. :,° R) a distance i.f , . '' J^n" rt ' fl ?: * Bnc1 Nine-tenths feet (rw.iV): thence Kast One Hun- tired Ninety-one fert (!!*!'): thence North twenty degrees thirty minutes West (N. :^° So M. W.) a illstnnrc of Three Hundred Seven feet (SOT'): tbenee North Kiplity drcrfes thirty mlmitrs West (N. M>" 30 M. W.) n dlstnnre of One Hundred Twelve and ElR-M-tenths 012.S') to the point of heKlnnlne. containing l.oi acres. be condemned for gravel purposes to he uwd on roads within Kossuth county, Iowa, and the rhnlrmnn of the Hoard of Supervisors Is hereby instructed to notify the County Attorney, T/. A. Winkel. to proceed with the condemnation of same as provided by Chapter 0«fi of the 1931 Code of Iowa. Ayes: All. Ayes: W. F.. McDonald. Chas. Morris. J. H. Frnser. P. J. Helken. Adopted this 21st day of Ma'y. IMS. K. S. KINSKY, County Auditor. Auditor's Office, May 24, 193S. 2:00 o'clock p. m. Board of Supervisors met pursunnt to adjournment with ail members present, for the purpose of a hearing on the establishment of Oravel Roads In Kossuth county, Iowa. The proposed petitions were read with no objections except Petition No. 442. Motion hy Heiken and seconded hy Frnser that the following Oravel Road Districts be established ns follows: No. 448. No. 43<i. No. 4TiO No. MS, No. 4W, No. 4M. No. 4.14. No. 151. No. 44fi. No. 447, No. 449, No. 317 No 362, No. 390. No. 439, No. 43S, No. 4(4. No. 433, No. 4.15, No. 441. No. 413. No. 431, No. 309, No. 430. No. 4.12, No. 44S, No. 410. No. 437. No. 417. Kxcept No. 442. Ayes: All. There helnc no further business .nt this time the Board adjourned to Call of the Audl'or. E. S. KINSKV. County Auditor. Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, sa. In District Court, No. 4394, March Term, 1938. To All Whom It May Concern: Yon Are Hereby Notified, Thn> an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Tesetnment of Walter Fraser, Deceased, dated July 1, 1929 nnd codicil attached thereto dated May 16, 1938. having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday the 27th day of June. 1938, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algonn. Iowa, before the District Court of said county, or the Clerk of said Court; and at nine o'clock a. m.. of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Alfronn, Iowa. May 28, IMS. KATHARINE Me EVOY, Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON, Deputy. Sullivan. MoMnhon & Linnan. attorneys. 22-24 Notice of Letting Sealed bids will be received at the office of the County Auditor, Algonn, Iowa, until 2:00 P. M. June 14. 1938. for gravel surfacing Secondary Rond Districts No. 448. 436, 450. 368. 405. 423. 434. 4M, 446. 447, 441. 443, 431. 309, 430. 432, 445. 440, 437, *il, 449. 317, 362, 390. 439. 438, 444, and 443 involving 52.875 cu. yds. gravel. 356,410 units additional 1 i mile haul nnd 15,300 cu. ydr,. stripping gravel pits: bids will be taken nt the same time for resurfacing gravel roads Involving 30,000 cu. yds. grnvcl, 270,000 units of additional H mile haul nnd 9,500 cu. yds. stripping gravel pits. Bidding blanks and additional information may be secured from the office of the county engineer. Algona, Iowa. E. S. KINSEY. May 27, 1938 County Auditor. 22-23 LOUI-COST-PER-miLE STANDARD DED CROWN LOH6 MILEAGE 6 AS 0 LI HE RADIO REPAIR All typos—all models Anto Radios a specialty Ed Genrich Phone 520-W At BJuitrom'B INTO THE SWIM THEY GO! Which One of The Candidates Entered, Will Be The Algona March Of Progress Queen Some Girl Entered Will Receive A Wonderful, Free 18-DAY TRIP TO THE PACIFIC COAST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, HOLLYWOOD, CATALINA ISLAND, SAN DIEGO, NEW ORLEANS AND RETURN Contest Opened Monday, June 6th, and will close on Saturday, Aug. 13th. Entries can still be made at either Algona Newspaper—Use the Coupon! THESE ALGONA FIRMS ARE COOPERATING A .t5() Cash Award will also be given. If trip goes to Algona girl, cash goes to high contestant from outside of city, or vice versa as case may be. GET YOUR VOTES NOW AND HELP YOUR CHOICE TO WIN THIS BIG TRIP ('<.ui)ons wiil be given only on cash sales, payment on account, on retail business only, and cash on down payments only. Nomination Coupon <Good for 10,000 votes for the young lady you enter in this contest). I nominate '.... Address as my favorite in the Kossuth Merchants' Centennial tour contest with the understanding that this nomination will entitle her to 10,000 votes. Your Name Your Address Clip this coupon from the paper and mail or bring it to either Algona newspaper at once, so that your favorite may have an even start with other contestants. Only one lot of 10,000 free nominating votes will be credited to any one contestant. Bichard»oi> Furniture Co. Gamble Store Fine Boom KlaMtle Motor Company K. & H. Oil Station Kowuth Implement Co. Geo. Elbort Garage Howard Hardware Graham'* Store Syilkw Store Jium* Drug Store Browuell'tt Council Oak Steele'* C'oakt to Coakt Store I>au Garage Nelson and Leiwing Marigold Beauty Shop MorrUou Beauty Shop Brown Studio Cora Miller Beauty Parlor Ben Franklin Store DahUuuwer'K Mad»on ft Haiuott Algana Bakery WUnoa Bakery Hawcott & Ogg The Hub Clothier* Merritt Funeral Home Klamp'n Service Station Juhuuooit U-X Station Pratt Electric Co. Gene \Vruy Conoco Station Harrut (kmoco Station Solberg Service Station Red'u Service Station t'hainpliH Station Deep Rock Station Algona Inouranue Agency Call and Iowa Theatre* Knit Motor ( ompaiiy Dutch's Service Station C. S. Johufcou Moe ft Sjogren Maxwell Motors Cut Kate Grocery Dr. Sj**ftfiimi Modern Dry Cleaner* Bjuktrom'* Foster Furniture McCormick-Deering Store Soren*en'* Grocery Norton Lumber Company Smoke Shop Holtxbaueir & Hull Cooper'* Sinclair Station I.usby Drug Store AiidtTbon'h Jack Sprat Hood's IGA Borchardt'tt Long'* Food Shop Algonquin ( lupton tile Tailor Sportami ji'n Tavern Laing & Muckey Kotiauth Motor Company Klk Cleaner* Miller Lumber Company Bae*ly Lumber Company Barry'* A. & V. Store Dr. Sawyer A. W. Aiiiuiisoii Hovey liiipliment Co. Cowan Bldg. Supply To. General Hospital Algoua Laundry & Dry Cleaners THE RULES 1. Any unmarried \voniiui, cv- wut employe* of the purtjci|mt- Ing stores or nicinhert> of fum- iln s of rinployerH cooiMTuting In the contest and the AlRonu puj>- pers, 17 year* of uge anil not over 30 and living ill the Algomt trade territory inuy win. 2. The contest starts Monday, June 6. 3. The contest closes at !) p. m , Saturday, AU.JJ. 13. 4 This grand tour will go to a girl who resides in this community. The young lady having highest votes will be awarded the trip. 5. Any person purchasing in amounts of 25c or more at any of the participating stores listed in this ad will receive votes by means of printed coupons. The coupons are in denominations of 25 credits for 25 cents, a 100 credit for $1.00. and 500 for $5.00. In other words, if you spent $25 you would receive coupons totaling 2500 credits. 6. Men, Women, Children—anybody will receive these purchase coupons and on them may write the name of the woman or giri they desire to see win the trip. This coupon is placed in a ballot box in the Algona U. D. M. or Kossuth County Advance office They will be collected and the standing of the women in the contest will be published weekly. 7. The merchants agree not to allow any of their employes to exert any undue influence in favor of any candidate. S. Kights reserved to reject any nomination. U. You may enter yourself or any friend at once, before or after the t>tiirt of the content, by tilling out tile nomination blank »Jiovvu here, good for 10.UOO free credits, and mailing it at once to the Content Editor, care of either of the Algona newspapers. Only one nomination of 10,000 free credits will be allowed any oiiu candidate. 10. Credit wil! not bt given on any contract nuw pending.
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